Cruel and unusual problems with Proliant ML350
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Mon Nov 13 16:34:39 UTC 2006
Ivan Voras wrote:
> - The less serious problem: It looks like a whole bunch of built-in
> devices is routed to irq 29: bce, ciss, ohci and ehci. I notice last
> three are giant locked, which doesn't look good, especially since this
> should be a loaded web server.
If it's really only a web server, then you probably don't
need the USB ports. In that case you should remove ohci
and ehci from your kernel. The USB interrupt handler is
quite heavy-weight, so it can have a noticeable impact if
the interrupt is shared with other devices.
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